Brexit is looming: Mounting concerns for European energy prices


Green Energy Consulting gives its take on European energy challenges – and its expansion plans – in this sponsored post.

Uncertainty around the European energy market is the latest red flag with the deadline of Brexit fast approaching. There are mounting concerns on European energy prices and potential price or tax increases.

Factors affecting European energy prices

Closing of coal mines in Germany have resulted in importing coal from Asian countries which are required to be cleansed before use, causing increased volatile stock prices.

In Spain there are many cutbacks, restrictive policies and a total lack of investments due to the recession in 2008. With high dependencies on energy imports, it still imposes a burden to the country economy and faces higher energy prices than Germany.

Although France enjoys one of the lowest electricity prices in Europe, businesses must look at renewable energy sources to support the Carbon Neutrality Programme by 2050.

European expansion

Reflecting upon European businesses’ energy needs, Green Energy Consulting (GEC) celebrates the milestone of substantial growth by expanding its European operation. The company offers enhanced industry and specialist expertise to provide competitive energy prices including renewable energy to support businesses across France, Germany and Spain. GEC pays attention to the ever-changing utilities market and introduce measures that will help tackle the challenges the industry is facing including the outcome of Brexit.

Director of Green Energy Consulting, Kilian Coyne commented:

“This is an exciting opportunity to move our business forward and bolster our company strategies to ensure our European market receives energy efficient and cost-effective solutions for their business energy. As energy specialists, our advice is to lock prices in for as long as possible to ensure cost security, making it easy to stay in line with company budget plans.”

GEC also offers help to European businesses to meet energy efficiency targets and requirements set by the Energy Efficiency Directive (EEC) by 2020. From looking at national incentives all the way to Energy Audits and Monitoring.

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